Bryce Vine - Sour Patch Kids
Sometimes things work out in this serendipitous way where I can’t help but wonder if the universe is pushing me to do something. The last couple of days have been business as usual, but with the added twist of the 90s. Surge is back on the shelf, I’ve picked my Halloween costume (a beloved comic book shop clerk/wallaby) & I went on a 90s TV binge this morning. The thing is, none of these things happened because of any of the others and the same holds true for how randomly I stumbled upon this song.
I’ve never heard of Bryce Vine before today but this infectious song almost perfectly captures the near-constant feeling of regret about growing up. It’s not that being an adult isn’t great, it can be. It’s that sometimes I want to be simple lizard-brain happy and I think I’ve lost that along the way. But this song is good for a solid 4 minutes of lizard-brain, juice box sipping, Slime Time Live watching fun. So here’s to the nights we felt ali… wait no, wrong song. And decade.
p.s, this track is available for free from his soundcloud, so if you want to jam out to it later in your car, you should get on that.